You may have seen this post here on our Facebook page but this is another great reason to become a Connecticut Audubon Society member.
James Prosek, noted author and painter who resides in Connecticut signed copies of his most recent book, "Eels" for Connecticut Audubon Society's Membership Drive. "Eels" recently received a great review in the New York Times by Paul Greenberg. You can receive a copy of "Eels" through your membership in the Society. ... Your membership will help us actively manage 2600 acres of wildlife habitat holding 19 sanctuaries statewide. In addition we care for over 50 injured wildlife who then serve as education ambassadors to help teach science in local schools. Our staff at five centers and two museums across the state work daily within their respective communities to spark an appreciation for the environment and conservation. To learn how to become a member or renew your membership and recieve a copy of James Prosek's book, visit us at www.ctaudubon.org or call 203-259-6305, Ext. 102.